Tiger Fight, October 5 News In the third game of the NBA Finals that ended today, the Heat beat the Lakers 115-104 and the big score was rewritten to 1-2.
After the game, Heat player Jay Crowder was interviewed by reporters and talked about the performance of teammate Jimmy Butler.
"He set the tone for the game," Claude said in an interview. "Whenever we feel that the form is not right, he can regain control of the game. He always allows us to get through the difficulties. He will always integrate us with us. The team is on his shoulders. Tonight he created an opportunity for himself and his teammates to win this game."
Reporter: "You and Butler have been playing for a while (the two were teammates in college), have you seen Butler play such a dominant game before?"
Claude: "He has always been the kind of guy you can rely on. No matter what you need him to do, he can do it. Whether it's scoring or controlling the game. He was such a guy in college. His performance tonight is nothing special, and I am not surprised at all."
When talking about the performance of Lakers player Anthony Davis, Crowder said: "We set the tone to rebound in this game and limit his performance. We always keep a player tight. Stick to him on the ground. He seems to be able to rebound every time he misses a shot, so man-to-man defense against him can limit his offensive performance to a certain extent. We implemented this plan throughout the game and let us win The game."
In this game, Davis played 33 minutes and had 15 points, 5 pulls, 3 assists and 2 steals; Crowder played 34 minutes and had 12 points, 8 rebounds and 1 assist.